|Start your custom bicycle by choosing one of Trek's elite frame models, the Madone, Domane, Speed Concept, Superfly or Fuel EX.||Next, select every detail to your liking, from the wheelset and components, to the saddle and cable housing. We also have preconfigured combinations.||Thousands of colors and design schemes, from boldly simple to outrageously cool, are brought to life by Trek's artists.||The right fit is everything. We will help you select your ideal geometry and sizing for the ultimate performance and comfort.|
Did you know that one of the best ways to ride more efficiently is to use clipless pedals and compatible cycling shoes? They work as a system, connecting your feet to the pedals so that you can apply power throughout the entire pedal stroke, not just when you’re pushing down. They’re easy and fun to use too. We have a wide selection in both our Lexington/Mansfield and Mount Vernon location and would enjoy helping you go clipless!
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We turn your fantasy into reality with Trek's Project One custom-bike program! You choose the frame, the paint, the components, wheels, and more, and ride away on a bike like no other! Check with us for all the details or click here to start your dream!
Simple Brake Tuning - As you ride and use your brakes, the brake pads wear slightly. You feel this as more travel in the levers. You should adjust this additional travel out before it gets to the point of jeopardizing your braking. Fortunately, there's an easy way to do this on almost all modern bicycles. Look for knurled adjusting barrels on the levers (on most off-road bikes) or on the brake calipers (most road bikes). Turn these barrels (usually counter-clockwise) to quickly restore optimum braking.
1. The distance between groups of riders or a breakaway and the pack in a race. 2. The space between jumps or ramps, often where riders throw tricks while airborne.